Craig Evans, Author of Jesus and the Remains of His Day,
to Be Featured on 100 Huntley Street during Holy Week
Peabody, MA—Is there archeological evidence pertaining to the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus? Dr. Craig Evans, author of Jesus and the Remains of His Day: Studies in Jesus and the Evidence of Material Culture (Hendrickson Publishers, 2015), will discuss this fascinating and important topic on 100 Huntley Street, Canada’s longest running daily television show, from March 21–25 in preparation for Easter.
Evans, who has appeared on the show before, will be speaking on Jewish burial customs, evidence for Jesus’ resurrection, and related topics. His interviews will be aired Monday through Friday at 9:30am ET in Canada, and at 7:30am and 4:30pm ET in the United States.
“Evans has produced outstanding scholarship over the years in the fields of archaeology and Biblical history,” said Paul Hendrickson, general manager at Hendrickson Publishers. “We are honored to publish his work and look forward to watching him discuss it on 100 Huntley Street.”
100 Huntley Street is the sixth longest running daily television show in the world. Authentic and interactive, it brings viewers the amazing stories of people— whether they be world, leaders, celebrities, sports figures, or everyday people— who have had life-changing encounters with God. The daily talk show is broadcast live across North America on YES TV, Global TV and GEB America.
Craig A. Evans, Ph.D., D.Habil., is the John Bisagno Distinguished Professor of Christian Origins at Houston Baptist University, in Texas. He is the author or editor of over seventy books. His most recent book, Jesus and the Remains of His Day: Studies in Jesus and the Evidence of Material Culture, explores various aspects of how archaeological evidence enlightens our understanding of the life and death of Jesus and the culture in which he lived.
Hendrickson Publishers has a strong history of producing outstanding academic, trade, and reference books at a reasonable price. Our products include books on Christian living topics, biblical studies and reference works for both pastors and thoughtful laypersons, and many of the Christian classics.